THE FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH BOOK

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Start by marking “Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth” as Want to Read: See 1 question about Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth. Good summary (if short) of the Tibetan rites. Ancient Secrets of the Fountain of Youth and millions of other books are available for site site. Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth Hardcover – January 20, Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth, Book 2: A companion to the book. Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth, Book 2 and millions of other books are available for site site. Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth, Book 2: A companion to the book by Peter Kelder Hardcover – January 19, When Peter Kelder's Ancient Secret of the Fountain of.


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Finally, the exciting and long-awaited sequel to one of the biggest health and healing bestsellers of all time has arrived. When Peter Kelder's Ancient. Ancient Secret of the. Fountain of Youth. New Revised Edition of a Book by. Peter Kelder. HARBOR PRESS, Inc. Gig Harbor, Washington. Compre Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth, Book 2: A companion to the book by Peter Kelder (English Edition) de Peter Kelder na bestthing.info Confira.

According to the booklet, the lamas describe seven spinning, "psychic vortexes" within the body: As we grow older, the spin rate of the "vortexes" diminishes, resulting in "ill-health". However, the spin rate of these "vortexes" can be restored by performing the Five Rites daily, resulting in improved health.

Bradford was also instructed in how to perform a sixth rite, which the lamas recommended only for those willing to "lead a more or less continent celibate life". Additionally, Bradford reveals information on the importance of what foods one should eat, proper food combinations, and the correct method of eating. Although the origin of the Five Rites before the publication of The Eye of Revelation is disputed between practitioners and skeptics, a comparison of illustrations of the postures shows a remarkable similarity between the Rites and authentic Tibetan ' phrul 'khor exercises from a system rendered into English as Vajra Body Magical Wheel Sun and Moon Union Tibetan: Moreover, it has been suggested that the Rites are more likely to have originated from a system of Kum Nye which, like the Rites, date back 2, years.

The point is their immense potential value for those who will clear 10 minutes a day to practice. In the original The Eye of Revelation booklet, Kelder suggests standing erect between each of the Five Rites with hands on hips and taking one or two deep breaths; he neither implies nor suggests that specific breathing patterns should be adopted while performing the movements.

Kelder cautions that when performing the First Rite, spinning must always be performed in a clockwise direction. He also states that Bradford clearly recalled that the Maulawiyah, otherwise known as "Whirling Dervishes" , always spun from left to right, in a clockwise direction. Now spin around until you become slightly dizzy. There is only one caution: Place the hands flat down alongside of the hips.

Fingers should be kept close together with the finger-tips of each hand turned slightly toward one another. Raise the feet until the legs are straight up. If possible, let the feet extend back a bit over the body toward the head, but do not let the knees bend. Hold this position for a moment or two and then slowly lower the feet to the floor, and for the next several moments allow all of the muscles in the entire body to relax completely.

Then perform the Rite all over again. Then lean forward as far as possible, bending at the waist, with head well forward—chin on chest. The second position of this Rite is to lean backward as far as possible. Cause the head to move still further backward.

The toes will prevent you from falling over backward. The hands are always kept against the side of the legs. Fae's posing for the art class.

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One of the rules was that no one in the class was allowed to contact her. Considering she was a college student posing in front of other college students So based on Nick's experience, anyone that believes because the secret government group believes in the Fountain of Youth than they're "certifiably insane.

Had she told her at a younger age, Fae would have been more likely to believe her. At least tell her that her mother had been killed by a cult or something and Brigitte came along and has been protecting her. I don't get why she wouldn't have said anything. Fae stays with Nick. How did no one at the college say anything about that since he's an instructor there? At least several days. How would that have been possible though? Why did Layfette cut her neck for her blood?

Why not the wrist or somewhere else on her arm?

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That just seemed like a strange spot. Or did the author have him do it there so she could reference vampires? I assume that was the case. Layfette somehow knows that Fae will go into a hibernation. Yes, he has a lot of journals that he's been reading. That would have meant that the powers of the fountain had to have been transferred to another person at some point in time, hundreds of years prior. What happened with that person to where they got the power back into the fountain?

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Mason recognized Brigitte on the tv from the times when he'd visit his father, Emeric, at the camp. That meant he'd have to be at least been I'd say eight, for him to have remembered seeing Brigitte around the camp.

Fae wasn't born yet.

How old was Mason supposed to be to where he could pass as a college student? When Nick is told the power of the fountain is now in Fae, he finds it unbelievable.

Yet, Thomas tells him: "You've seen crazy things before. That's why he finds it unbelievable. So Layfette blocked Fae up in the old cavern place where the Spanish general had lived long ago.

He'd chained her up in the room where he'd chained his wife and her lover up. Publication[ edit ] Although practically nothing is known about Kelder, [2] one source reports that he was raised as an adopted child in the mid-western United States and left home while in his teens in search of adventure.

The "wandering natives", as he called them, told him of old men who inexplicably became healthy, strong, and full of "vigor and virility" after entering a particular lamasery.

After retiring, Kelder's Colonel Bradford went on to discover the lamasery and lived with the lamas, where they taught him five exercises, which they called "rites".

According to the booklet, the lamas describe seven spinning, "psychic vortexes" within the body: two of these are in the brain, one at the base of the throat, one on the right side of the body in the vicinity of the liver, one in the reproductive anatomy, and one in each knee.

As we grow older, the spin rate of the "vortexes" diminishes, resulting in "ill-health". However, the spin rate of these "vortexes" can be restored by performing the Five Rites daily, resulting in improved health. Bradford was also instructed in how to perform a sixth rite, which the lamas recommended only for those willing to "lead a more or less continent celibate life".

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Additionally, Bradford reveals information on the importance of what foods one should eat, proper food combinations, and the correct method of eating. Moreover, it has been suggested that the Rites are more likely to have originated from a system of Kum Nye which, like the Rites, date back 2, years.

The point is their immense potential value for those who will clear 10 minutes a day to practice.

Kelder cautions that when performing the First Rite, spinning must always be performed in a clockwise direction. He also states that Bradford clearly recalled that the Maulawiyah, otherwise known as "Whirling Dervishes" , always spun from left to right, in a clockwise direction.

Now spin around until you become slightly dizzy. There is only one caution: you must turn from left to right if you are in the northern hemisphere and counterclockwise if you are in the South hemisphere.A few years passed and the author received a letter from Bradford claiming he had found the monastery he was searching for and would be coming back to the U.

She takes a contract offer in Hampshire, England, to lecture at a quaint, privately owned College, St. Inspired by Your Browsing History.

You only need the first, original book. Now, more than ten years and two million books later, comes a comprehensive companion volume that addresses the unanswered questions of so many readers.

Alternative Therapies Exercise Philosophy Category: Although practically nothing is known about Kelder, [2] one source reports that he was raised as an adopted child in the mid-western United States and left home while in his teens in search of adventure.

Bradford was also instructed in how to perform a sixth rite, which the lamas recommended only for those willing to "lead a more or less continent celibate life". The Five Tibetan Rites: I recommend them without reservation.

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